Improving Quality Care for Preschoolers Through Mentor-Protege Partnerships: Mentoring Entry-Level Preschool Educators
Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education
Early Childhood Education
preschool educators, professional development, mentorship, training
Training entry-level preschool educators with minimum education and experience can be done through an on-site mentoring program in childcare centers. This mentoring program involves a more experienced member of the education staff (Mentor) to work in close partnership with an experienced staff member (Protégé). This capstone examines how mentoring entry-level first year preschool educators can improve quality services to children and families. The project of this capstone research is a guidebook that demonstrates how to facilitate a Mentor/Protégé partnership involving preschool educators.
Recommended CitationLeach, S. (2005). Improving Quality Care for Preschoolers Through Mentor-Protege Partnerships: Mentoring Entry-Level Preschool Educators (Thesis, Concordia University, St. Paul). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.csp.edu/legacy-capstones_maed/211
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